A Catalogue of Books, Manuscripts, and Other Materials from the Upton Sinclair Archives

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to Atlanta Penitentiary, in order that Convict 9653 might autograph it and express his gratitude to those who have rendered this assistance.

While there is a lower class, I am in it.
While there is a criminal element, I am of it.
While there is a soul in jail, I am not free.

Atlanta Penitentiary [signed] Eugene V. Debs November, 1920 Bound in maroon cloth; printed dust jacket.

233. Der Hochzeitsflug. Edgar Lee Masters. Mit einer Vorsede von Upton Sinclair. G. T. Speidelsche: Wien und Leipzig, [ 1929]. Bound in blue cloth; printed dust jacket.
234. My Lifetime in Letters. University of Missouri Press: Columbia, [ 1960]. Inscribed: "To David A. Randall. Whatever value these treasures may have for the future, the credit for saving them is yours. [signed] Mary Craig Sinclair. Upton Sinclair. Jan. 31, 1960."

Bound in blue cloth; printed dust jacket.

235. The Russians Said It First. A heritage of proverbs selected and translated by Simeon Aller. An introduction by Upton Sinclair. Drawings by Nicolai Remisoff. The Ward Ritchie Press: Los Angeles, [ 1963].

XIV. MISCELLANY
236. Letter: From Jack London. 1 February 1910.

London praises opening chapters of Love's Pilgrimage, which "is going to be the rawest, reddest meat that has been slammed at any American publisher in the last five decades."

One sheet (6 ½ x 8 ½). Signed typescript.

237. Love's Pilgrimage: A Novel. Mitchell Kennerley: New York and London, [ 1911].

Bound in brown cloth; printed dust jacket.

238. Broadside letter, 1915.

Letter from Sinclair to about two hundred prominent liberals asking them to join him in protesting the violent suppression of coal strikes, particularly at Ludlow, Colorado. Proposed letter to John D. Rockefeller, Jr., reads in part: "We hold you, John D. Rockfeller [sic], Jr., guilty of murder, in the first degree, and we here indict you before the bar of humanity." This copy signed by Sinclair Lewis.

239. King Coal: A Novel. With an introduction by Dr. Georg Brandes. The Macmillan Company: New York, 1917.

Bound in black cloth.

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A Catalogue of Books, Manuscripts, and Other Materials from the Upton Sinclair Archives
Table of contents

Table of contents

  • Title Page 1
  • Contents 3
  • Introduction 4
  • I. Ancestors 11
  • Iv. the Struggling Artist 12
  • V. the Jungle 14
  • Vi. "Causes" 15
  • Vii. Playwright 24
  • Viii. the "Dead Hand" 27
  • Ix. Oil! 28
  • X. Boston 33
  • Xi. the Epic Campaign 34
  • Xiii. Editor 40
  • Xv. Some Critics 41
  • Xvi. Trophies and Tributes 43
  • Xvii. a Gallery of Portraits 44
  • Xviii. Posters 46
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